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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta f I rut tfitttftRiPCE DAILY HERALD Friday, ftepta 0, IM2. We Sell RYLANDS A CO. Q We Sell for Lett SATURDAY'THE KG. BARGAIN BAY AT THE CORNER STORE you will find our store filled with eager buyers- Last Saturday was the best-day in the store's history-We areigffad'UaHy coming into.our own-We started out a year ago make this the best Dry Goods Store in the city, and we tHinlc we are making for plus dependable and intelligent sales service has beeivrthe secret of our ever increasing business. We have the goods, and Sell Them for Less. Showing the Best Suits the City for No Ktefboast are backup our state- Vment some brand MW lines of Fall suits that will simply Just and try a few on. We're willing you. Navy, and black materials, sizes 34 to 42. (girls' Coats That Are En- Differ Up MotHers want to get'away from those blue coats with the brass buttons. No wonder. Well, we have done our best to bring out something entirely new.'German coaU to fit girls from 7 ob 16 years. Bring the _girl down. No'trouble to fit on a Jewistijles. Children's Sweaters at Are Great Values 'TMsMold'Enap caused a great flurrjvin the Sweater Dept. we "with a fine range. See 'tbose grey, cardinal or with, high are great value at afcdoUsr. _, Some of trie Newest i............. ii m Fancy Pillow Tops Iferfeet beauties. You'll copy one-the minute you see worth your can .get .them at such pricesfas we have marked them. Only a few of each kind. Corset Bargain for Saturday Shoppers Be tare to get your copy of The Quarterly iSoofc before nuking stay IMW f armeoU, at itrU- the latest muthori- Fall You the book at our jpattern counter. The corset business belongs to us, by -virtue of our immense variety Just imagine 5 com- plete ranges of high class Warner's Rust Proof, Bias Filled, Crompton's and La good corset worth ?1.25, on sale for Saturday lor (sizes IS to Outing Flannel lOc 500 yards of light fancy sjripe "flanelette, 32 inches wide, a regular 12 1-2 cent mis stills snap. 15c Prints for 121-2 Another lot of those mill- ends of print that you have been waiting for. our last lot this year. All 15c. qualities. Cashmere Hose 25c All-wool cashmere hose, just the weight for wear. In black only. Sizea S 1-2 to 35c. any place. School Hose for 25c School hose, that wear well. All sizes from 6 1-2 to 9, in hlacK rib cashmere, double knee. Ladies' Rubbers 75c A stock of brand new rub- bers, light weight, with.high or medium heels. Regular S5c; all sizes Cotton Sheets at 90c Cotton sheets, 2 yards wide, 2 1-2 yards long, good heavy weight; regular each, reduced to 95e. Featk'rPllW95 Pillows that are sold reg- ularly for ?2.50 pair, or to clear on Satur- day each, 95c. The New Embroidery Book oi trie Ladies Home Journal The first issue of The Embroidery Book arrived on Thursday. If you are interested in Art Needlework, you cannot afford to miss this beautifully illustrated magazine. You will find it at the pattern counter. Price 25c, which includes three Free Em- broidery Patterns. The Fall Style Book With a Free Pattern, 25c, Now Ready We would advise all thosie who have been waiting for the Fall Style Book to get their copies early, aa we have only 50 to sell, and cannot secure any more. This number is the best yet, and is slightly higher in price, 25c, which includes a Free Pattern. .Relindo Shoes Are At- tracting Attention "We'loiew it would not be long working up grand shoe business with such a splendid shoe. Tt is really the highest grade snoe made for women. See the new cushion heel featured in all our shoes. Every new last and leather is shown in our splendid i'lock. Tan, both lace and hutton, also Kid button. Prices range from to Robespierre Collars, the Latest m Neckwear We are the first in the city tn show the new Robespierre collars. They are some- thing entirely different. See them on disi play. Then we have some new collar and cuff sets that are out of the ordinary. Baby) Irish, Macrame lace, Fillet lace, Dutch lace. Perfect beauties.............f 1.00 up OUR STOCK OF CHILDREN'S SHOES IS NOW COMPLETE. ALL BRAND NEW GOODS. CN.R. CONSTRUCTION WORK IS ADVANCING Mackenzie-Mann Line is Very Busy in This Province Edmonton, Sept hundred gratters, bridge-builders and rail-layers and 750 teams are at work on tho western divisions of Can- adian Northern railway, w.Wcb ex- tends In six directions out of Etimon- tou. The most important operations are westward at Port Mann, where tidewater will be reached at the mouth of the Fraaer fiver. The con- tractors expect to complete the grade and steel work in 1914.' The line be- tween Edmonton and Athabasca Land- Ing, 96 miles north, 'was opened on September 2. The "main line extends through the Jasper Pass in the Rockies to the Pa- cific ocean, by way of Karaloops, B. C., and closely, parallels the Grand Trunk Pacific railway from Eutwistla, on the Pembina river, west Edmon- ton, to Tete Juan Cache, on the west elope of the Rockies, where .the grade diverges abruptly to the southwest, traversing the valley of the north Thompson river to Kamloops. From the last named .point the line parallels the Canadian Pacific road >to the coast. The grade through the moun- tains is an easy one. Virgin territory is tapped between Tete Juan Cache and Kamloops. The grade has been completed a point near Hintan, 175 miles vest, of Edmonton, and rails are laid 'to Ent- wistle, 65 miles west of Edmonton. The high level steel bridge across the Pembina river at the last named point will be completed in October. The abutments for the bridge across the Macleod river are finished and ready for steel work, and it is expected that rails will reach there next January. From near Hinton to a point on the Athabasca river opposite Fiddle Creek a distance of 40 miles, two-thirds of the grading is done and from that point to the summit, 50 miles, or 250 miles from Edmonton, the line is now 'being covered -by contractors. It is expected the track will reach the summit early next May. Grading has 'been completed for 27 miles of the Peace River branch 'which leaves ,the main line ait Onoway, 40 miles west of Edmonton, and is being carried on to a point beyond the Macleod river, S7 miles from Onoway. It is expected that the traclc will reach Whitecourt, 72 miles From Ed- monton, the coming winder. The right of way Is cleared to the crossing of the Athabasca river, the distance from Whitecourt to Grand' Prairie is 150 miles 'by this route. Rails have been laid to the Atha- basca Landing north of Edmonton and authority has been granted by the railway commission for operating the trains. Grading is progressing on the line out of Oliver, 10 miles of Edmonton, toward St. Paul de Metis. Eleven miles of roadbed ihas